Anguilla Tourist Board Appoints Deputy Director of Tourism

The Anguilla Tourist Board (ATB) has appointed Chantelle Richardson as the deputy director of tourism. In her new role, Richardson will lead and manage the tourist board’s internal and external relationships and communications, including procurement, human resources, public relations, government relations, ATB policy and corporate restructuring.

“We are delighted to confirm Chantelle Richardson as Deputy Director, a position in which she has acted capably and competently over the past two months,” said Kenroy Herbert, chairman of ATB. “She has proven to be a significant asset to the ATB over the years, and we are happy to recognize her contribution with this well-deserved promotion.”

Richardson has over 15 years of experience in tourism, sales and marketing in both the public and private sectors. She has served the ATB in various roles over the course of her tourism career. Richardson joined the ATB as an administrative assistant at the New York office in 2005, rising through the ranks to the position of deputy director in 2011.

Prior to assuming the position of deputy director of tourism, Richardson served as coordinator for international markets, and was responsible for managing the operations of all the organization’s international agencies. Her private sector experience includes positions as events and weddings coordinator at Malliouhana, Auberge Resorts Collection, and head concierge at the Viceroy Anguilla (now the Four Seasons Resort & Residences Anguilla).

“Chantelle will have no learning curve as she transitions into this position, having worked in this capacity before,” said Stacey Liburd, director of tourism. “I look forward to our continued partnership, as she has been an invaluable resource and a dependable member of staff, bringing a wealth of industry and organizational knowledge and expertise to all our initiatives,” she added.

“I appreciate the recognition and the vote of confidence from the Board and look forward to the challenges and responsibility that come with this position,” said Richardson. “I am committed to Anguilla and to the ATB, and I am proud of the work we have done to expand and enhance our tourism industry and our visitor experience. I am confident that with the support of my colleagues, we will continue to grow our industry and make a positive difference in the lives of our fellow Anguillians, as tourism is our economic lifeline.”

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